Will We Have a Data Security Problem With Obamacare?

Because this, from a story about the federal insurance exchange contractors for the ACA, is just to juicy to pass up (boldface mine):

The Government Accountability Office found that the administration had spent $394 million on contracts to establish federal insurance exchanges. More than three-fourths of the money went to 10 companies. They include CGI Federal, a subsidiary of a Canadian company, the CGI Group ($88 million); Quality Software Services Inc. ($55 million); and Booz Allen Hamilton ($38 million).

Yes, that Booz Allen Hamilton–the one that employed Eric Snowden. But I’m sure your private, confidential medical information is completely secure

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